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Sea Base 2020 – Coral Reef Sailing Adventure

Hi Troop 215!!!,

How would you like to set sail in the most diverse ecosystem in North America, the Florida Keys. This national marine sanctuary is home to thousands of underwater species including dolphins, sea turtles, fish and the Florida Barrier Reef. Participants in the Coral Reef Sailing Adventure will snorkel, fish and sail turquoise waters. Setting sail from beautiful Islamorada, Florida crews will embark on the adventure of a lifetime.

Our Troop has booked the Coral Reef Sailing Adventure at Sea Base from July 17th to the 25th, 2020. The adventure is for up to 8 scouts. Right now the Troop has 6 people committed. There is still room for 2 more. The cost will vary depending on how many scouts will be attending.


Estimated cost per participant for the Sea Base part of the trip:

Crew of 6 -$1,300

Crew of 7 -$1,114.25

Crew of 8 – $ 975.00


It will be the goal of the troop to travel with 8 participants.  The T215 crew will probably decide to include some extra meals for travel days and possibly shirts/hats, etc.. (Estimate an additional $100pp for these expenses) Please contact me if you are interested in participating in this adventure. There will be a contract required indicating commitment in addition to a $100 deposit to hold your spot. $100/month payment plan will be available.  The requirements for attending Sea Base High Adventure is as follows:

Age Requirement: Every participant must be at least 13 years of age by their date of arrival at Sea Base. No exceptions can or will be made.

Swim Test: Every participant, youth and adult, must complete the BSA Swim Test as a Swimmer within a year of their arrival date. Non-swimmers and Beginner Swimmers will not be allowed to participate and will be sent home at their own expense. Every Sea Base crew must provide a completed BSA Unit Swim Classification Record. Sea Base does not provide onsite BSA Swim Tests.

Swim Review: Upon arrival, every participant must complete a Sea Base Swim and Snorkel Review in a strong manner. This review does not take the place of the BSA Swim Test. Individuals who do not pass the Sea Base Swim or Snorkel Review will not be permitted to participate and will be sent home at their own expense.

Completed BSA Annual Health and Medical Record: Sea Base participants must be in good health. All participants must provide a current and complete BSA Annual Health and Medical Record (BSA AHMR). BSA AHMR’s are current for 12 months from the end of the month in which they are completed. 



Scoutmaster Paul Freeman


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